It’s all going dark again in the gambling capital of the world By Linette Lopez, Business Insider November 11, 2018 at 6:02 pm We know that China’s economy is slowing dramatically, and one of the places where you can see that very clearly is Macau, the gambling capital of the world. Wall Street was reminded of that on Wednesday, when Wynn Resorts reported earnings. While the third quarter didn’t look that bad — Macau revenue was up over $200 million from the same time a year before — the casino giant had a dark outlook for the fourth quarter. Wynn projected earnings 20% below what Wall Street expected. According to analyst Cameron McKnight at Credit Suisse, this implies that the Macau gambling market could be negative over the last two months of 2018.